6/13/2011

Mid Century Modern Renovation


Tour of Atomic Indy headquarters.




It's been a while since I've posted. I know this. But a lack of posting does not equate to a lack of motivation. Or a lack of renovation. There's plenty of both.

Let's journey on a quick tour to get a sense of the current state of things.

Guest bedroom: View from the door.



Guest bedroom: View from the bedside.



Master bedroom: View from the door.


Master bedroom: View from bedside.


Dining room: View from kitchen.


Dining room: Close-up of fireplace.


Dining room: Close-up of tabletop.


Dining room: View of bar/buffet.


Kitchen: View from dining room.


Kitchen + Dining Room + Mystery Room.


If you're patient, I'll reveal the wonders taking place behind the mysterious plastic curtain. Stand. By.

Still untouched are the office (3rd bedroom), and two bathrooms. Back to work.

Cheers,

-Baz

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26 comments:

Ben Smithson said...

Love the storage space built in to the master bed headboard. That comforter looks familiar...

Daly Beauty said...

Love it. All.

John and Diane said...

Wow, it all looks great!
-Diane

Eagle said...

Clean and tidy. It all pops. Intrigued by the plastic curtain and the treasure behind.

Tex Montana said...

Nice! I'm in the middle (I hope) of restoring mine. I was fortunate that the previous owners didn't remodel, but took good care of the house. Thanks for sharing.

Mid-Century Home said...

WOW....that's a lot of work in those rooms! Isn't it? :D
You're more than justified for your abscence then ;)

Great job.

Ciao.

Evan said...

Nice, I'm pinning your kitchen island.

tiffany said...

Love! I love the dining room. We haven't been able to add the special touches yet. Our renovations have gotten us a clean slate, time to make it all MCM now. Very inspirational!

Mary-Candles Lovers said...

Really neat and nice job, i can't wait to see the mystery behind the plastic curtain, must be awesome!!!

Dana@Mid2Mod said...

There's so much to love in these pictures! And I can't wait to find out what's behind the curtain. Thanks for the visits to our FB page recently.

Jenn Ski said...

loving your open kitchen! I have a concrete wall dividing my kitchen from the dining room. I'd love to break that thing down but I fear it's a load bearing wall... waaaa

mydeco said...

Looks great love the art especially bold and bright art makes a huge difference to a room!

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Love the kitchen and the bar stools at the counter. Also love the bright artwork that is being used. Good luck and thanks for sharing!

Brigette Olmos-Arreola said...

this is great, absolutely love the use of color!

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Brigette Olmos-Arreola said...

This is great! Love all the color, also loving the fireplace.


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apocalypstick said...

Dig it.

Lily said...

It really looks chic and modern.I especially love the dining room.. dying to see behind the infamous plastic curtain ;)

SodaPopGirl said...

so fabulous! I can't wait to see more :)

undercover caterer said...

Looking swank!

Laura's Last Ditch--Vintage Kitchenwares said...

Love this! It sure would be fun to see it in person!

obesidad said...

Hi,.
All are looking very nice and well decorated designs,.

Tyne Swedish said...

How Fabulous! You are a hard working man and it shows!

Builders in delhi said...

very interesting and really awesome

Anonymous said...

Love it! Have you had any issues with your Burke chairs leaving indentations on your wood floors? My bamboo floors have some forming, even with a thin rug, so I'm trying to figure out what to do. I guess a thicker rug or something. Thanks! Love your blog!

-Jen

Ian said...

Oh wow! Nice work. I *totally* dig that clock. Very cool!